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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAV, DECEiMBEn 6,1914? i!HE,^�*JCT1IBRlI)6e^an^additipnAl advantage, "b^qause it. would minimize the chance ot having a lame;dubV;.'.ltf the crowd ' ^ ' The pace ot a iVar convoy is'thfe pace; ot( the slow-Wt ishlpi. in- It, and that spells danger >to all. the other, faster -bhipsiWhott they are/trying?: to, dodgd 5th6:' tinder ipereierf.-of al: tor;, pedo conling head' on at:t6rty jcnots an hiie way ,tDe "Mfetsanable'Nl got It i, If, when peace comes./i'he conv6y Is a .hang-over�-and 1-eloa't- see why it.shouldn't 'hermit will retain all the advantage!!.of aasociatlpn' and get rid of. the nuisances- Gatnoutlage, of course, will go,--because nobody would disfigure anything so beautiful as a fBh'lp Unless the sternes|; necessity dictated. The zig-zags "ijWlU disappear, unless, indeed, wc have to zig te avoid an Iceberg. ,.,,1 TRANSPORT*!* ,AFE WASHItlQTON, D�9. e-.-^Anx-^lety over t\rfl delayjiff' ^[rrlvaf of c: the hospital a'hJi) .?frifdk>i4Usev�ral -MyJ^ overdue, frein' Eiiroike >ith iwound'ed AmerieikV* ^itoldltra : aboardr waa-MtiAvedi'ii^vtMlay-by >a rtavy departmini�i^(j�Un9|ment ytHai the ehliks putin-jitJihe Acores durjna, a'ht�vy\^tt�-m and no^' houM reajjH New y�rk> tomorrow. , -or Suhday. , ~. ' Individuality is the Keynote of a Perleet Portrait { Bringing oxit the real personality--the fine'points in character-^the little traits that make (is what >ve are. ' Our photos are not a thing of paper and pastebioard with a iready made look. If you want a photo of your real self-of what your friends ^ee and admire, call on us. The Allison Portrait Studio PHONE 11689 BALMORAL BLOCK TO BUY YOUR Ifialslns, Seeded or Seedlees, No. - 12, per pkt....... ____.. 16e Currants, fresh stock, No, 8, per �;pkt..................Z2g Mixed Peel, Orange, Lemon and Citron, per lb. ...'8So' Fifle,',cho!ce stock, 'no. .12, per pk:t._, . . .. 85^, These 0O6dB are all new seasons .and absol>utely fresh; Cranberries, jusV. fresh In, Afipls Special, .Wagner�i,or .|jon-x athans. per case . - . 12,10. Apples, nice eating: and;veeok-v.;. SOe Jjilly ;,Pov'dsrs,. Sherrlff'a, all 'Iflavers, ? for .,.. .^'.".'j-. .'V'SBp T*lfer'S. Fancy BlAcults,: perlbj ^e and Lo9artliii�{;!i;yef.tXnMti^\TJ*ee ' Candles ' '-^^-..t WstHeysMlnBStfldafciysrlb.-J^c f 'Slab lb. 6aKs Po|>phifl: Corn,  It,' 1 lb. .....60c pae1|sjl:s, - ;'l(:'.;29C' Heme Milde-Almond Pasts/per lb. . . 70fc Pilmpklri, per-large tin, ;s%ch2d�! ApCT Strawberry or-Ra^l�nT.Jm,:f it D. and Phon^ 657 . QMAtltj^ Grocfrie^ ' License No. 8-17318 WE DELIVER FREE TO ANY PART OF THE CITY REHlilN. Wednesday, Bee. 4'- J3lght hundred and forty-fiix (uembors of faculties ot German t!ve reasons given by the signers is,-that the- new\Amerlcan .congress whlcJi comes totO'.office.on March 4 "Hlfely will be. dominated by Uopublican im-perlaUsts, who will oppose President Wilson'si 14 points." , "If-we.;desire an even halfway tolerahle-o-peaee which would serve Lethffiridg Lor , .fjsHoW!.^ , Ti(>e*%er ney �ob�on '^M�sel, WjlHarilf Barchu nJCvakst 'Emmertm. Sataes.Brown. .r r^hil Hsrvje > , George JrlcDuff. ;rGeo. Boilo. ' adiliUmi.il �ntitnca fdr i or loli of tlwsi, whofseoretary, uecondlng. the-: >rvic() linvc boen so-r^'i'"'! course of SO UU WARM WELCOME aWaits GEN. BOTHA WILSON FULFILLS DUTIES BY WIRELESS navlps, .ncllng under ,free parliaments. Welcorrie Awaits Premiers Mr. hong referred to the welcome awaiting the ovorHeas. premiers now nssombling; in England. General Botha \youId bd'ao'ijhl.v'WelCbinQi In hIS dual rolp' bfivpflnio . mltjlstej' anil vniilitary 'conimaiTkipr. v'' I',orri' Iltt'reour't; '!tbriinefly- colofital. resolution,; some Interesting revelatlonsvthut im'medfately after the-British uUimatura h&tl expired at luldnight of August 4, lfll4, lie had cabled thfe.'Idct to the Whole empire,, , c.r,,^rrt.^./^^^.r ,^ and before- morning ^ hatl received, a | ^ ASBINQTON, -Dec. d.-Messages reply froifi the smallest and most out-1 directlug tlie dispoaal of official busi- lylng centres. That moaitt that Hiu) jness. have begun to reach the White grim machinery of war had comme,nc-1 ed revolving pverae^s In perfect order beoauBO over two, years provlously-an huUvidnal war book had been prepared by tha co.loiiinj committee covering House from President Wilson at sea, Many>: )*4ers'Stid Commoners Attend Meetlria ofE-inpire Parliamentary .;* �'' � : Association LdlkD&N"-HIkI" Mo"- .lamos Low-thor pi-elildedxKJday at a meeting' df They reached Capetown in .sixteen . days. That wa.9 the most critical per-ihe defence of every protectorate and , , n ,, , o,, n, Af v i Island.which plan had been locked in 1^'"j., ""^ ^""'"^ Africa had .ever each governor's safe. Ijord Harcourt ^ ^ proceeded to recall the Invitation to i The resolution, was adopted and Mr. the governments of Australia and : ^^^'�'"i'"' stited that he.accepted the .South Africa to take, the neighboring Oermah colonies, provided the latter were to, be at the Imperial government's unreserve^ disposal at the, tor^. ^ . . . ,- .........-----, the Bmph-e-Parllamuniai-y association ' nlInatiop...9f.;thQ war. He paid a trir the.;'.vjtalv.interests of Germany we j at the IteyseS .'Of-Jiarliameut at which bute, to the aflmlrable manner hi v,-hich must at 'least conclude a temporary'---.....-......._^ _..... .u- ------ ....... ---- 'tieice-'be^J^ that time." 3 ''u' A Coalition B^ftLlN, ' Thursday Dec ,^ - A. furthfl* !sit*p".tOw^i;d,i the formation of a, united: midiieT.clAss front against the' goclansts ^a^i .been taken by lithe new German folks party, which is formed ' frohi the left' wing of the Natlonal^Llberals, In deciding tb coalesce-.with the German, depiocracy party � ^organized recently by Theo- dore Wolff of the Berlin Tageblatt. 1 rfroWiied.'to' their way to attend many peers'. (thS; commoners wet-e pre-\ the colbhies were taken aiid,the.: able sent. The-.prlme minister wrote .paying ^..^tribute tonho work of tlieagso-ciatiott-'.Which enabled the meeting ofJ loyersea^-parliamentanuus o� different iparts. of the.-Empire. He urged the contTnuance rff similar .services which would 'bd: even: more invaluable in the futiir^ than :ixi:.,the past. , .^^Jjle^,cMirnlan� deplored the loss Of .hireeJSiwUth'^AIJ-ican members-of par-'ilaniint''Wild'had been torpedoed and Negotiations also are under w,ay .for the coalition of the Conservatives; and Social German Nation Folks parly. SOFfSlMf 80fTG0tlAllS0.K ' EVENOT YORK 1. . '  For Evening Dress the Sof t Sitii^ is De -Ifigiuf rNiew-YoVkers , Creatures of Environ- '"^nt'eht"" wa-yMn. which hostilities were''''made. Subseqtuehtlyi'.^ie. said, we had never lost a colony,: even temporarily, although the Falklan.d Islands- had only been saved by tht'f! - � . '.-r ' A MOTHER'S STRENGTH . Mothier, whose (lands rofck the cradle, often needs more than ordinary food to help maintain the blood-quality and strength and ^to assure adequate nourighment to the child. It is as unwise for^he mother, as it is deingerous to the child, to place dependence upon alcoholic stimulation, (or strength is not found in alcohol. of purest tod liver oil, gnomes and atunial friends., For '. mpther-^thetold, sweet songs she loves: het (avonte opera aits sung by great artists. For dadT-lively, laughing music ^ that makes him forget the ^ay's worries. For liig brothei/r and sistejr-wKirlyi^ind waltzes, military one-steps, novelty jazzes; the -lat^thits. ,r . As aC�ami]y;> entertainer; itbiavbic, hMndsotne Grefonok;ii.;tb� favorite of home Jal)u,'big and little. In your.home.' lo9,>hi� . cheeiy, nj land Japarieye ministers thit afternoon had an audience with President Htu Shin-Chana and present--d' him with a memorandum ex-preaalng the grave concern of the ^aMociated oovernments in wit-fietsing the continued civil trife in� China and their wish to encourage the efforts of M)oth sides ?for reooniiliation. Dufiing the two month^" iii, 'wiiipl^ ij,SjpaHlsh influenaa was f^tglng in,Ont.-r�, .-i-i.t_623 persons'died of the disease arlo^ inditjie reports are still incpmpietft.; :JtU^^vembejr, 2,608 persons Succumbed td two maldlly, as conjpared with 3,045 Jjtt'Otjtobpr. "'"TgaT--------~ " J03V MANV BEANS IN THE-MH7 tThe Hudson's Bay t54'"^ls''gjhfing' away a $100.00 Victory Bond tor the nearest estimate. �i ;:-C. fH.il : 4 KENNY & ALETN Next to Dallas Hotel Phone 1487 CO., The Oruff-Book ^tore ^1 ?87131 ;